Includes Sunday “Kids Day” Games and One Game against G League Ignite

COLLEGE PARK, Ga. – The College Park Skyhawks will open their home schedule for the 2023-24 season with a weekend series beginning Saturday, Nov. 18 and wrapping up Sunday, Nov. 19 (6 p.m. and 2 p.m., respectively) against the Capital City Go-Go, the NBA G League announced today, as the Skyhawks unveiled its full 50-game schedule. The Skyhawks schedule will open with a weekend series on the road against Raptors 905, NBA G League affiliate of the Toronto Raptors, on Sunday, November 12 at 2 p.m., followed by a rematch on Tuesday, November 14 at 7:30 p.m.

All 24 Skyhawks home games will be broadcast locally on Peachtree TV (WPCH-TV).

The Skyhawks will welcome NBA G League Ignite to College Park on Sunday, March 3 at 2 p.m., marking the third consecutive year that Ignite will travel to the Southside. In addition, every Sunday home game will be a “Kids Day” game, which will include activities and programming geared towards kids.

The Skyhawks will enter the season led by new Head Coach Ryan Schmidt and new General Manager Daniel Starkman, who were announced as the team’s third head coach and general manager on Aug. 18.

“The day the schedule becomes official is always one of my favorite days of the year,” said Janice Koon, Vice President of G League and 2K League Operations with the Atlanta Hawks. “It reminds me that great basketball at Gateway Center Arena in front of our amazing fans is just around the corner, and I am so excited to get back there.”

The Skyhawks’ theme games for the upcoming season are listed below*:


Date Time Opponent Theme Presenting Partner
Saturday, Nov. 18

Sunday, Nov. 19


6 p.m.

2 p.m.

Capital City Go-Go Home Opening Weekend
Friday, Dec. 1 11 a.m. Westchester Knicks Education Day CareSource
Saturday, Feb. 10 6:30 p.m. Capital City Go-Go Celebrating Black History Owens Patterson
Sunday, March 3 2 p.m. NBA G League Ignite
Saturday, March 30 6:30 p.m. Long Island Nets Fan Appreciation Night


*Theme games are subject to change and further theme nights may be added and announced later

Following the same format as the previous two seasons, the NBA G League will crown two champions at separate points this year to complement the fluidity of rosters and fluctuation of players during the season. The NBA G League season will consist of two parts: a 16-game Showcase Cup to begin the season, culminating in an eight-team tournament held in December; and a 34-game regular season in advance of the traditional NBA G League Playoffs.

To get tickets to the Theme games or learn more about Skyhawks Memberships, email, visit or call 404-878-3370.

*Tipoff times listed are Eastern Standard Time



Home to the world’s most traveled airport in Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International and Georgia’s newest convention center, the Georgia International Convention Center, the city of College Park is the home of the Atlanta Hawks’ NBA G League affiliate, the College Park Skyhawks. The Skyhawks host games at the Gateway Center Arena at College Park, a multipurpose sports and entertainment venue, that is the premier event facility in south Atlanta. Owned and operated by the Atlanta Hawks, the Skyhawks ownership team also includes Grammy Award-winning recording artist, hip-hop superstar and College Park native 2 Chainz. Season-Ticket Memberships are on-sale now! Members will experience exclusive benefits, such as VIP Member Events, discounts on Skyhawks merchandise, and a personal contact in the front office. To find out more, email, visit or call 404-878-3370.


The NBA’s official minor league, the NBA G League prepares players, coaches, officials, trainers and front-office staff for the NBA while acting as the league’s research and development laboratory.  Featuring 30 teams, 28 with direct affiliations to NBA franchises for 2022-23, the league offers elite professional basketball at an affordable price in a fun, family-friendly atmosphere.  54 percent of all NBA players at the end of the 2021-22 season boasted NBA G League experience.  In fostering the league’s connection to the community, its teams, players and staff promote health and wellness, support local needs and interests, and assist in educational development through NBA Cares programs.